The trailer for the new James Bond film, No Time to Die, has arrived, and there is not a single moment. As of April, there is a strange lack of excitement about the upcoming installment, partly because it is fictitiously boring, and partly because of Daniel Craig’s reluctance that James Bond will never be in the film.
If 007 doesn’t want to be there, we’re all in trouble. So the No Time to Die trailer is a great chance for the Bond franchise to show that it can still compete. In a world where people only watch Disney movies, how do we face a thrill with a posh British drunk? Just confuse one thing: dive into the trailer.
Beginning with Good News: The No Time to Die trailer opens with Cragg, which has more acting than the previous three Bond films. Look at his face – a sign of anger, a recognizable emotion. Better yet, Léa Seydoux with an idea in the car. It is true news for anyone that they ever wish they were children trapped in the love marriage of James Bond and Madeline Swann.
However, this first shot is nothing more than a sizzle. Now consider what the first scene of the film looks like. “Where is 007?” M asks impatiently before we cut off the most incredible and remote lake-house known to man. What an enjoyable vacation spot for Bond – no wonder he’s paying to answer the call. This must have been the time of his life.
You believe that it is possible for someone to hate the lakes as much as he does, but here we are. It is a shame that this will be Daniel Craig’s final as 007 because it is my brilliant idea to give Bond26 the title of LakePuncher.
“Lock on, Commander Bond,” says Lashana Lynch. Identifying the latest 00 on the block, and that means trading. Yes, every Bond girl of the last 50 years has said something along the lines of “the world has moved on” to demonstrate the franchise’s understanding of social progressiveness. And, yes, James Bond reacts almost exclusively to her in the very next scene by aggressive flirting lines of sexual consent. She believed that it was okay. He was fine.
Hey, it’s Christoph Waltz! You forgot that he was Bond baddie, you? Well, here he is again, only to prove badly that what is considered evil. To tell James Bond that Drs. Medellin is the secret of the swan. That’s why Bond was very angry with her in the car. He left the service for her, and it broke her heart. Here we are in a state of heartbreak, as Bond slowly realizes that he started his entire career for a woman who wanted to go on vacation after shooting Mama Mia.
We are still considered bad for this film, shall we? Possibly a sign: He wears too much makeup and is probably hidden behind the front door that your nanny had in 1987. Rami Malek talks to Mr. Robot, wearing Enrique’s clothes, taken by your grandmother in 1987. Probably baddie, by the way. You can tell how badly she is being raped. Remember, kids; a facial malfunction means evil. It always means evil.
Finally, here, Bond is being shot in the car for no reason. I hate the idiot who is excited about this stupid movie.